Four weeks ago, most people who live in the four council wards that include Charlton voted for the UK to stay in the EU. The rest of the country didn’t follow suit, and the events that followed have been felt far and wide.
But what does that mean for us here in south-east London? Greenwich & Woolwich MP Matt Pennycook is organising a public meeting this Saturday:
In the days since the EU referendum, I have been inundated with correspondence from local residents concerned about the implications of the result.
In order to give everyone who lives in the constituency a chance to discuss and debate what happens next, I have organised a public meeting.
Date: Saturday 23 July 10.30am – 1pm
Venue: Building 10, The Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, SE18 6FR
Numbers are limited, so make sure you RSVP here if you want to go.